Kim Packard's Writings
ブタ、馬、ナマズ: A Pig, a Horse, and a Catfish (Bilingual Edition)
Colorless Green Ideas 無色の緑色のアイデア 無色(むしょく)の緑色(みどりいろ)のアイデアが猛烈(もうれつ)に眠(ねむ)るので、 Colorless green ideas sleep furiously so, 無色の空色(そらいろ)のアイデアも猛烈に眠っていたのだが、 Colorless sky blue ideas were sleeping furiously too, but, 無色で無色のアイデアは猛烈に眠れないでいる。 As for colorless and moreover colorless ideas, they are unable to sleep furiously. 無色の水色(みずいろ)のアイデアを猛烈に眠らせないように、 So...
October 6, 2012, Red Room
Evening, the sky imbued in scarlet, Sun descending. Mountain range, veiled in violet, Moon rising. Let Hamlet lie, Piglet play, And the last Queen of France dance to the soundless minuet. At the simple turn of a gimlet, All dreams slip through the all-seeing eye. Letters whirling, Alighting gently on an amulet.
"You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children." Madeleine L'Engle”
Kim Packard has self-published four distinct works, three books in English and a translation of one of her own books into Japanese, writing under the pen name of Uguïsse, derived from the songbird 'uguisu', known in English-speaking countries as Japanese bush...
Kim’s Favorite Books
"Autobiography" by John Cowper Powys, "The Ten Foot Square Hut" by Kamo no Chomei, "Kusamakura" by Natsume Soseki, "The Plague" by Albert Camus, "The Bridge...